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copier

[ kop-ee-er ]

noun

  1. a person or thing that copies; copyist.


copier

/ ˈkɒpɪə /

noun

  1. a person or device that copies
  2. another word for copyist


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Word History and Origins

Origin of copier1

First recorded in 1590–1600; copy + -er 1
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Example Sentences

Sometimes, you need 200 reports in ten minutes, and not every copier can pull that off.

Businesses large and small and many families use an office copier every day.

This premium copier provides copies with minimal noise and has great connectivity.

Consider what you need the copier to do versus extra perks that might add dollars to the price.

That premise applies across the range of businesses categorized as “tech,” from chip manufacturers to consumer devices to office equipment such as copiers.

When he gets his hands on a Canon copier, the reader gets a glimpse into the unique fashion in which his mind works.

As with Xerox copier, 3-D printers have become smaller, cheaper, and more functional over time.

After some trepidation by the Xerox board, Mulcahy became CEO of the copier company in August, 2001.

He naturally was at first a copier of his father, but his productions in this style are not of great value.

I will gratefully send my notes on Drosera when copied by my copier: the subject amused me when I had nothing to do.

The copier looked up inquiringly, when the northerner said: ‘Thou writest a bonny hand, thou dost.’

Though some have treated this writer as a mere copier of Galen, he has much, according to Portal, of his own.

One of the most satisfactory and best known is the roller copier.

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